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Shiping Hua, The University of Louisville Calvin and Helen Lang
Shiping Hua,
The University of Louisville
Calvin and Helen Lang Distinguished Chair in Asian Studies
Director of Asian Studies Program
Professor of Political Science
Education:
Ph.D., University of Hawaii, 1993
M.L., Chinese Academy of Social Sciences,1986
B.A., Tianjin Foreign Languages Institute, 1982
ACADEMIC JOB EXPERIENCE
Professor, University of Louisville, 2008 – present
Associate Professor with tenure, University of Louisville, 2005-8
Assistant Professor, University of Louisville, 2003-2005
Associate Professor with tenure, Eckerd College, 2002-03
Assistant Professor, Eckerd College, 1996-2002
Adjunct Professor, Hawaii Pacific University, 1994-96
COURSES at UofL:
POLS 202: Comparative Political Systems
POLS 365: People’s Republic of China
POLS 366: Politics of East Asia
POLS 495: Japan, China and the United States
POLS 640: Clash of Civilizations
Fellowships:
 East West Center Fellowship, (1990-1994). Tuition waiver with the University of
Hawaii Ph.D program, plus $19,000 annually for living expenses for the family.
 Asian Policy Studies Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for ScholarsGeorge Washington University, (2004-2005). Full salary compensation for a year,
plus research fund and a research assistant.
 “American IR Scholars at Beida” Visiting Scholar, at Peking University 2010. (Five
months, with a stipend of $15,000.)
Professional Service: Current:
 General Editor, a book series with Routledge: “Comparative Asian Politics,” since
2014.
 General Editor, a book series with University Press of Kentucky: “Asia in the New
Millennium,” since 2009.
 General Editor, a book series with Renmin University of China Press:
“Contemporary World’s Classics: Political Science Series,” (translations), since 2009.
 Council Member, Association of Asian Studies, since 2014-7.
 Editorial Board Member, Journal of Chinese Political Science, since 2003.
 Editorial Board member, American Review of China Studies, since 2010.
 Editorial Board member, International Journal of China Studies, since 2012.
Professional Service: Past
 Panelist, Fulbright National Screening Committee, (2011-2014)
 President, Southeast Conference, Association of Asian Studies (2011-12)
 President, the Association of Chinese Political Studies (2004-2006).
 Council Chairman, United Societies of China Studies (2006-2009):
Current Affiliations in China:
 Guest Professor, Shanghai Jiaotong University, since 2012.
 Guest Researcher, Central Party School, since 2008.
 Guest Professor, Nankai University since 2009.
 100-Plan Scholar, Xi’an International Studies University, since 2012.
 Guest Professor, Jilin University, since 2010.
Books in English
1) Chinese Utopianism: A Comparative Study of Reformist Thought with Japan
and Russia (1898-1997) (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press/Wilson
Center Press, 2009), 208 pages. (Choice ranks this book as four-star
“Essential.”
2) Scientism and Humanism: Two Cultures in Post-Mao China (1978-1989),
(Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995), 224 pages.
3) East Asian Development Model, eds, with R. Hu, Routledge 2014.
4) Islam and Democratization in Asia, ed. (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2009)
5) New Dimensions of Chinese Foreign Policy, eds. with Sujian Guo, (Lanham,
MD: Lexington Books, 2007), 252 pages.
6) China in the New Millennium: Challenges and Opportunities, eds. with Sujian
Guo, (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2007), 280 pages.
7) Reflections on the Triangular Relations of Beijing-Taipei-Washington since
1995: Status Quo at the Taiwan Strait? ed. (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan,
2006), 303 pages.
8) Political Civilization and Modernization in China, eds. with Yang Zhong
(Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2006), 330 pages.
9) Chinese Political Culture (1989-2000), ed. (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2001),
388 pages.
Books in Chinese:
1) The Political Operating Mechanism and the Legislative Issues in China and the
United States (Central Party School Press, 2011), co-edited with Liu Dexi. Second
editor. 310 pages.
2) Political Science, ed. (Beijing: Renmin University of China Press, 2007), 259 pages.
3) Basics in Practical Journalism, ed. & trans. (Beijing: China Journalism Press, 1987),
250 pages.
Journal Articles,:
 “Zhang Quanqiao and the Politics of the 1975 PRC Constitution,” East Asia: An
International Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 3, September 2014
 “Japanization of Late Qing Legal Reform,” Research on Financial and Economic
Issues, March 2014.
 “American Political Culture: From Tocquiville to Fukuyama,” Journal of
Yanshan University, Vol. 15, No. 3, September 2014, pp. 1-4.
 “Shen Jiaben and the Late Qing Legal Reform,” East Asia: An International
Quarterly March 2013, Vol. 30, No. 1.
 The Japanization of the Late Qing Legal Reform,” Review of Finance and
Economics, in March 2014.
 Development of Chinese Constitutionalism and the Impact of the West,” Hong
Kong Journal of Social Sciences, No. 43 Autumn/Winter 2012, pp. 1-15.
 “Dynamics of China’s Legislative Reforms in the Last Three Decades,” coauthored with C.Z. Wan, American Review of China Studies, fall 2012.pp. 128145.
 “The Deng Reforms and the Gorbachev Reforms Revisited: A Political Discourse
Analysis,” Problems of Post Communism, Vol. 53, No. 3, May/June 2006, pp. 316.
 “The Meiji Restoration and the Late Qing Reform Revisited: Strategies and
Philosophies,” East Asia: An International Review, Vol. 21, No. 3, fall 2004.
 "Definition and Methodology in Political Culture Theory: A Case Study of
Sinology," Asian Thought and Society, Vol. XXIV, No. 70 (Jan. –April, 1999), pp.
23-41.
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"The Politics of Gender in the Chinese New Cinema," Hong Kong Journal of
Social Sciences, No. 12 Autumn 1998, pp. 53-65.
 "One Servant, Two Masters: The Dilemma of Chinese Establishment
Intellectuals," Modern China, Jan.1994, Vol.20, No.1, pp.92-121.
 "Chinese Scientism and Political Culture," Asian Thought and Society, Volume
XIX, No. 55, Jan.-April, 1994, pp. 3-16.
 "All Roads Lead to Democracy," Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 24,
No. 1, Jan.- Mar., 1992, pp. 43-56.
 "Democracy as An Anti-Systemic Movement in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and
China," (with Alvin So) Sociological Perspectives,Vol.35, No.2,Summer 1992,
pp.385- 404.
Guest Edited Special Issues for Academic Journals:
 “Chinese Legal Culture on the National Level,” Chinese Law and Government, coedited with Chang Liu, published by M.E. Sharpe, forthcoming.
 “Chinese Legal Culture at the Local Levels,” Chinese Law and Government, coedited with Chang Liu, published by M.E. Sharpe, forthcoming.
 “Peace and Conflicts in China,” Peace and Conflicts Studies, co-guest edited with
Patrick Shan, in November 2009.
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“China in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities,” co-guest edited with
Brantly Womack, for Journal of Comparative Asian Development. Vol. 5, No. 1 (Fall
2006), 210 pages
“Utopianism In Chinese Political Culture,” ed. with introduction, in collaboration
with Kam-Yee Law, in The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Vol. 2, No.
2, Fall, 2003, pp. 191-270.
“Falun Gong: The Qigong, the Code of Ethics and the Religion,” ed. with
introduction, with Ming Xia, Chinese Law and Government, Vol. 33, No. 6,
November-December, 1999, 102 pages.
“The Battle between the Chinese Government and the Falun Gong,” ed. with
introduction, with Ming Xia, Chinese Law and Government, Vol.32, No.5,
September-October, 1999, 104 pages.

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